Geelong have backed up after their classic Mad Monday celebrations on Tuesday, none the worse for wear.
The Cat’s grand final celebrations rolled into a fourth day as they hit the streets of Geelong for the premiership parade.
The team and some of the player’s children were taken through the streets to show off the club’s 10th premiership cup as well as their grand final medallions.
Fans flocked to the sidewalks to catch a glimpse of their premiership heroes.
Patrick Dangerfield ditched the grey hair and glasses as he sat next to four-goal dynamo Tyson Stengle.
Jeremy Cameron also appears to have pulled up well from his celebrations, including letting a cow wear his premiership medal, but still sported a pair of dark sunglasses while sitting next to two-time premiership-winning West Australian Mitch Duncan.
Norm Smith medallist Isaac Smith was overshadowed by his daughter Isla who he carried on his lap with a stuffed toy.
After making global headlines for being heart-warmingly pulled out of the crowd by superstar Geelong skipper Joel Selwood, Sam Moorfoot was again front and centre in the parade.
Moorfoot, who has down syndrome, has worked at Geelong since 2015 and described the moment as the best of his life.
“What a moment,” he said.
“I’m very proud of my boys to win a premiership.
“Joel said he wanted to get me on the ground. That was the moment of my life; what an honour.”
After being backed in by coach Chris Scott before the finals campaign, Gary Rohan was all grins as he displayed his medal and premiers cap.
Tom Stewart was winning back hearts after an awkward snub of an Auskicker during the grand final presentations.
The Cats claimed the 2022 title with an 81-point thumping of the Sydney Swans at the MCG on Saturday.